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More than Moher – The Slieve Liag Cliffs

in Atlantic Ocean/Fresh/Geology

Sliabh Liag, sometimes Slieve League or Slieve Liag  is a mountain on the Atlantic coast of County Donegal, Ireland. At 601 metres it has some of the highest sea cliffs on the island of Ireland. 

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Ballycastle and the Mysterious Face

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Ballycastle Mysterious Face

There is a  mysterious carved face on an offshore rock near the Pans Rocks, Ballycastle beach. There are many local stories about the face…..

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The Magic Signposts – Follow the National Cycle Network Time Trail

in Fresh/Monuments
Ballycastle - Millenium Signpost

This is a wonderful idea, but how did they get funding! A mixture of magic and the great outdoors produced a living breathing enigma which stretched across all of the UK, and even part of the Republic linking up to 1000 mileposts together in a cryptic puzzle.  Most of these mileposts installed in the early…

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Ballycastle – War, Water, and Wall art

in Featured/Fresh/Ports & Resorts
Ballycastle - marble

Like many other resorts, Ballycastle succeeds to remind people about war.  Whether you are in Carrickfergus or in Cannes, you must call attention to the World Wars.  This is a golden rule. No tourist may be permitted to mentally wander away from the girls in bikinis or sandcastles, when there are trenches and tanks to…

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